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4-6 inch starter plant of this passion vine Passiflora Maliformis. This plant grows 10 to 15 feet and is root hardy in zones 8 and higher. It likes the full sunshine and a mild dose of potash in the early spring. The flowers on this plant are about 3 inches across and have large lavender petals with purple and blue filaments. This vine produced lots of these blossoms during this past summer followed by large fruits about 2 inch across. The vine was pretty much pest free.
Starter plant Mollissima is one of the most colorful of all passion vines. This is a very large striking pink blossom that appears to have a maroon ring with white specks emerging from the center. Also known as the banana passion vine. Hardy in zones 9 and above, this 15 feet vine has clusters of 3 inch soft pink flowers that bloom from April thru August, it does slow down when the temperatures get in the high 90s. The fragrance is very delicate. THIS PLANT WILL NOT LIVE IN HIGH HEAT AND HUMIDITY. PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IF YOU HAVE THESE CONDITIONS.
Passiflora Mission Dolores
Starter plant of Passiflora Mission Dolores. This Passiflora tacsonia is a hybrid of Passiflora parritae x antioquiensis. A Passiflora cross with huge, red-coral colored flowers. The large flowers 6 to 7 inches of deep magenta infused with orange, with dramatic 18 to 24 inch long peduncles and vines to 25 feet. This variety will not survive in hot high humidity areas. Night temps must be kept under 75 degrees and low humidity for their survival. Hardiness zones 10-11.
Passiflora Monika Fischer
Starter plant of Passiflora hybrid Monika Fischer a Roland Fischers hybrid named for his wife. Deep purple flowers with a contrasting white center band on the filaments and a black center. Growing to 10 feet, this plant is hardy in zones 8 to 11. It also can be brought inside during cold weather. A real eye catcher.